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and as the world copes with the refugee crisis, united states is at odds of what they can and should do to help. a camerawoman filmed kickingu refugees running past herh nd also seen tripping a man carrying a small child. iothe camerawoman worked for a far-right wing station and was fired on the spot. how is the white house redysponding to this refugee crisis? >> reporter: they're working on huh how many we're willing to take in but this crisis could soon reach our borders. they're fleeing syria in drones, 4,000,000 so far, and europe can't handle them all. >> how can president obama say it is our moral obligation to do
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what we can to prevent the worst atrocities in our world but refuses to do anything. >> reporter: law makers aren't sure what to do. >> and our goal s frankly unclear to me. >> reporter: he obama administration is looking at bringing some refugees here. >> we're committed at increasing the number of refugees we can take and we're looking hard at the number we can specifically manage. >> reporter: butr hey're security concerns. >> i don't obviously, put it past the likes of isio to inful trait operatives among the refugees. >> reporter: but the real reason may be political. >> to bring about a peaceful so]lution to the war because mthat's what is driving these refugees to flee. >> reporter: could be military too but of course, there's no time table on when the u.s.
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might make a decision on bringing refugees to this country. now to arizona, state police call it terrorism. overnight, investigators revealed a 10th shooting incident targeting cars and ivers onii 10. hundreds of thousands of people drive through every day. luckily, no one has day ied but whoe >>r is behind it is trying to frighten or kill somebody. and there is a reward being offered. contrary to reports, nbc has learned league officials are not calling for the entire team to be suspended. instead, they want a review of the football culture. an assistant coach who may have said something to prompt the attack was put on administrative leave and there's allegations the referee used racial slurs but his attorney denies that cl
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itaim. it's been 224 days and 4 hours and five minutes since super bowl xlix, not that we've been counting and the quest for super bowl 50 begins tonight on nbc while the patriots take on the steelers. and the american gaming association estimates, $95 billion will be wageered on college and pro games this. >> g season but only two billion of that will be at legal sports books in nevada. and jay, the back drop to all this hype, is deflate-gate. >> reporter: it is. but it's game day, finally, betty, and i don't know where all the rest of the fans are but itd 's never too early to start tailgate. so, we'repetting the grill going here. the attention, hopefully, this evening, turning to the field after an off season that has
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left a lot of fans with a bad taste in their mouth. they left the field last season as champions. >> there's a ray of bright sunshine right now in foxborough. >> reporter: and tonight the patriots and their fans will celebrate, hanging a fourth super bowl banner inside gi oette stadium. >> it's going to be pand moanium. it always is but i think tomorrow will be a special day to the start of the season. >> reporter: deflate-gate, an nfl commissioner, roger goodell, four game suspension of quarterback tom brady, followed by brady's legal, hallenge and a judge throwing out the suspension. >> i'll be excited to run out there thursday night. it's obviously been a long seven months for everybody. >> reporter: the legal battle will last even longer, and roger goodell saying the nfl will file
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an appeal and for the fieirst time, as commissioner, he will not attend the first game of the season. and millions will watch on nbc, many hoping tonight's kick off will take some of the air out of deflate-gate deflate-gate deflate-gate, renewed questions about spy-gate and any others and it starts right here tonight. that's right, the patriots and the steerlz steelers right here at gillette stadium. beautiful morning will give way to a little bit of rain, expected to rain during kick off. that's it from foxborough. >> i'm still waiting for you to fire up some burgers. i'm starving. and i'm pregnant. give me two burgers at that. well, steelers versus patriots coverage begins right
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here at 7:30 eastern time on nbc. inchlts . a town in whales, which i'm not even going to try to pronounce but welsh weatherman from channel four news did it without even breaking a sweat. >> but in the sunshiny northwest wales, just up the road -- the temperature got to 21 celsius at 70 in fahrenheit. >> say that again. >> he didn't breathe or get tongue twisted or anything. >> and there's some big name places here in the u.s., right? >> there are a few and i avoid them daily. >> that place on the map, right. >> we have the football game tonight as we mentioned and some of the down pours in the midatlantic will move up there, unfoufrp unfortunately. and already round new york city and people waiting outside for
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that justin bieber concert on "today" show. and they're getting soaked right now. as far as a commute goes, we'll have heavier rains 5 to 6:00 a.m. and it will redevelop this afternoon. and from trenton to new york to hartford and d.c., lighter amounts for you and also in virginia. and these amounts just show us the range that's possible. it's really hard to see who's going to get the heavy down pours.anand much needed rainfall. more scattered storms in the southeast, including atlanta. so, it could be a bad airport day. and you're fine in the middle of the country and very hot in the west. now here's a closer look at the day ahead. well, those showers and storms will be on and off as we go throughout the day today. and watch out around kansas
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city, early morning showers and storms. and southeast, humidity, more storms. and in case you wanted to know, a place in webster massachusetts, this is the longest official place -- >> that sounds like baby jibberjabberish. >> you'll hear it in four months. there's like 16 es in that word. >> try spelling it. we have the latest on a major food recall. and for the first time, we hear from the pilot of that engulfed plane. , they were asking me what you're doing now, janice. blogging. your blog is just pictures of you in the mirror. it's called a fashion blog, todd. well, i've been helping people save money with progressive's discounts. flo, can you get janice a job? [ laughs ] you should've stuck to softball! i was so much better at softball than janice, dad. where's your wife, todd? vacation.
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and one highlight, video released months ago, and opponents say it shows them possibly violating federal abortion laws and house republicans are calling for defunding for the planned parenthood. and ally ozf the organization say there's no evidence of wrong daing doing. people died from a salmonella outbreak from cue kum comebers. and more than half involve children under the age of 18. the loan survivor in last month's on air shooting was discharged. and now she's focusing on vicki's vision, a project she's spearheading to honor the two victims of the shooting. for the first time, we're
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hearing from the captain oof that fiery united airlines crew. hally jackson has details. >> mayday, mayday. >> reporter: the mayday, using british airways, call sign, "speedway." just before take off. and that calm voice, a pilot with 42 years of experience. >> there was a loud bang and the aircraft sort of went to the left and they actually opened the door and went down into cabin and saw how serious it was. >> reporter: at the airport, people watching in horror as emergency crews raced towards the jet, passengers slid down the chutes. >> i look behiepd me and there's
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an engine the size of a house and the flames are hundreds of feet in the air. >> reporter: and she's one of the people on board as it accelerated down a vegas runway carrying enough fuel for the 10-hour flight to london. that's when the left engine flaired. and thick, black smoke swallowing the belly of the jet. and most interested in why the suexpression system failed. he had been set to retire in a matter of days. >> and just ahead, the hottest team in sports just got a little hotter and the best moment at the u.s. open may have been in the stands. sports is next.
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what do you mean >> this morning on "early today" today" "today," bleebers get ready. in sports, we begin at the u.s. open. >> i'd say one of the highlights of the night, at least on the
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perimeter has been fallen and dancing to beyonce. these guys are on the money. >> stars are out, including two time winner, andre, aggasi. and the hottest team in baseball is the new york mets, trailing the nats in late innings again for the third game in a row. and then came the hammer. >> one for three. right center field, way back it goes. carried to the wall, kiss it good bye. >> mets sweep the nats. and red star, yottoality the plate. he all ready struck out twice, and here he loses his mind. he had to be restrained.
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e" ar" l" y" " t" o" d" a" y" leading the news in u.s.a. today, records show energy
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department struck by cyber attacks. a review of federal records obtained by the paper shows they success successfully compromised u.s. energy systems more than 20 times. and in politico, donald trump insulted carly fiorina's appearance, saying, quote, look at that face. can you imagine that in the face of our next president? last night on fox's the kelly files, fiorina responded to the comments. >> honestly, mooeg egyn, i'm not going to give it a second. and three police officers who killed a man for throwing rocks at them. and antonio was fatally shot in
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pacificfebruary. they say there's no base for charges of a criminal act. and china to land a spacecraft on the dark side of the moon before 2020 and it will make china only the third becountry behind china and russia to land on the moon. alex lopatnyuk shot himself driving while simultaneously filming himself with a selfie stick. luckily, he wasn't hurt. up. and the whole thing is messed up. just don't do it. >> and then how do you release the video showing how dumb you are. >> well, hopefully so no one else will do it.
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and as we repair for the papal visit, here's another one in miami 28 years ago today. >> and the leader of the world's catholics was greeted by the president and mrs. regan. and he will try to heal some of the wounds in a church described as frack chs. and happy birthday to the first soloest in the hist ray of the american ballet. and golf legend arnold palmer is 86 years young. keep it here for more, news, weather and sports.
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i'm brecking news overnight. the rush to save people in japan. plus, storm team 4 tracking rain here. it's a lot of people cleaning up from this, this morning. swift action by the nypd after officers mistook a former tennis star for a suspect. "today in new york" starts now. good morning everyone. it's thursday morning, september 10th. i'm darlene rodriguez. i'm michael gargiulo. chris cimino is here with the forecast. chris, as you told uggs, the
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rain come and in some cases a lot of it came. >> we have downpours over the city. storm tracker 4 showing heavy rain indicated by the oranges and yellows and flashes of lightning from time to time. local street and highway flooding. we have a flood advisory in effect until 6:00 a.m. this morning. heavy downpours. this is round one. there may be a lull in the action mid to late morning. hit or miss showers and thunderstorms. temperatures in the upper 70s should do it. another round of heavy thunderstorms that could lead to more local flooding. we'll talk more about that in a little bit. let's see if there are early trouble spots. lauren? >> the roads are certainly wet out there. only one accident at the moment on the new england thruway. watch out for an accident blocking a lane at mamaroneck. the fdr drive, construction in both directions out there between 79th and 63rd you can see a slow ride already. more weather and traffic on the 4s. lauren, thank you.
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we want to go to breaking news in japan where we see people being plucked from rooftops because of massive flooding. heavy rains caused a river northeast of tokyo to breakthrough a levee. one person is missing. but the disaster is unfolding. hundreds of thousands of people are under orders to get out. we're going to follow this story and bring you developments throughout the morning. right now, though, people on staten island are watching the sky and hoping that the rain holds off. crews pumped out water that overtook neighborhoods there. "today in new york's" lori bordonaro is in south beach to take a look at what's happened. lori. >> reporter: hi, michael. the rain has been fast and furious on dote i avenue last night and this morning. there's quite a bit of water still here on this street in south beach. nothing compared to last night. take a look at some of this video we have. it's a scene residents have rile gotten used to. some telling us that the flooding here reminded them of
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hurricane sandy. one neighbor says the water rose to 4 feet, even higher than it did during sandy. many shocked at how quick it happened. the damage done in about 45 minutes of heavy rain nall. take a look at this person. he was stuck on his car. one neighbor yelling out to see if he needed help. the driver was able to call 911 himself. others spent the night bailing out water as best they could. here's what they had to say. >> we're pumping water from the basement and from the outside. >> reporter: and many around here complaining that this block needs sewer drains. i guess they added more homes around here, but no sewer drains and a lot of neighbors have been upset about that and say something needs to be done. michael and darlene, back to you. >> we hope that rain holds off. thanks very much, lori. preventing a school bus driver strike will reportedly
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